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Equine Massage, Access to Full Potential

April 23, 2013

I have to do a video of me working on horses. It is the best way to show you good people the most effective treatments to go deep gently for profound effects. I am planning to do it. I do not want to teach any basics because I can’t really remember back then. So I […]

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Horse Trainer Essentials

February 21, 2013

What to get from a horse trainer in order to learn to ride right, to ride well, to avoid misunderstandings and minimize mishaps.

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Equine Massage for Serious Horse Mojo

August 16, 2012

What is serious horse mojo and is it anything you want? Given a horses biological elasticity, more mojo means more use. It is what horses want when they communicate through their bodies during a palpating massage. Known as kinesthetic response this is a palpable hands-on conversation. The it of it is the mojo, the biological […]

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The Art of Horses in Social Media

March 19, 2012

There are great things to be learned about horses and riding from social media. The world is closer for like-minded equestrians as it has never been before. In no time at all you find the people you can relate to, learn from and share with. My core knowledge has grown steadily by finding people online. […]

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Knowing Horses

March 16, 2012

Do you want to know your horse’s body, mind, and spirit? You have to know yours first. It takes time, enjoy yourself, your horse will notice. This all pertains to the art of horsemanship. For mere horse sport, and that is no small feat either, to be successful and maintain a sound horse, repeat above. […]

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FEI European Jumping Championships

September 17, 2011

Here is artist Malin Baryard-Johnsson, a rider who really gets it. Her song is amazing. It expresses exactly how I feel about riding! Do you want to ride my horse? This weekend she is jumping at the hotly contested Championship in Madrid for the Swedish Team. I am cheering for her and her Team who […]

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What I like best about WOW saddles

August 23, 2011

Live to ride, right?! Every year offers a new season for what I like best about my WOW saddle. This year’s reason is that it gives me the controls to stay out of my horses’ way. Then he can handle himself. I give him the aids to direct him and repeat the movements to gain […]

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Watching Horses and Knowing What You See

June 10, 2011

Ask ten people watching a horse and rider work through a training challenge and you will hear ten different detailed descriptions with a solution, all valid. If you ask vets it’s the same thing. Everyone responds with that which is immediately on their mind, the latest research or current hot topic they are exploring. I […]

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The Art of Riding and Horsemanship

January 18, 2011

Riding or horsemanship is an art. There is no denying riding is a creative expression of a partnership. Let us listen to what one creative genius hears from another. It goes to the heart of creativity, to art. Riders are often quoting, seeking or referring back to a Master of earlier days. To those ancestors […]

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What A Year It’s Been 2010

December 23, 2010

Summing up the year 2010 for horses in a word is, enthusiasm! It has been a fantastic time for horses in the news and making news. Online journals and blogs have been chock full of imagination in communication. The social quips from horse and men and women have been tantalizing across media outlets. Coherence and […]

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